Will renters insurance cover lost keys and a change to my front-door lock?
I'm a bit forgetful and have a history of losing my keys. Can I count on renters insurance to cover me if I lose another set of keys in the future?
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Answered on Mar 08, 2021
Generally speaking, no, a typical renters insurance policy will not cover lost keys and a change to your front-door lock. The only time that this would be covered is if the key was taken as a result of theft.
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